Green Awards

Cedar Hill Green Awards

The City of Cedar Hill in partnership with Waste Management, the Cedar Hill Chamber of Commerce, and the Beautification and Environmental Sustainability (BES) Board created the Cedar Hill Green Awards to empower Chamber businesses, non-profits, schools and/or civic organizations to implement sustainability projects distinctive to the character of Cedar Hill. Sustainability projects are measures taken to protect and enhance the environment, the economy, and equity for current residents and future generations.

The Cedar Hill Green Awards will award up to $1,500 and may distribute among one or several qualifying projects, though a competitive process. The BES Board will be the final arbiter of the award allocation. All award recipients must complete the sustainability initiative by the end of the calendar year of award acceptance. All award recipients shall be prepared to provide evidence of project completion by the end of the calendar year of award acceptance.

All Cedar Hill Green Awards applications are due annually on October 31.

Awarded projects will be notified in late December. All award recipients will be formally announced in tandem with the Cedar Hill Chamber of Commerce Gala typically held in February. Call (972) 291-5126 or contact Duy Vu for additional information.

CEDAR HILL GREEN AWARDS APPLICATION

After project completion, all award recipients shall submit a project final report. Reports are due on January 31.

PROJECT FINAL REPORT

2019 Green Awards Recipients

Mission Cedar Hill

Mission Cedar Hill is a volunteer based community restoration ministry. For over 16 years, they have assisted homeowners in Cedar Hill with restoring their property to being code complaint. Mission Cedar Hill will use funds to purchase a commercial grade wood chipper to turn all wood debris into mulch and compost-friendly material to be used on-site of home restorations that would otherwise end in our landfills.

Lake Ridge Elementary School

Lake Ridge Elementary School exposes scholars to the importance of giving and being a productive citizen to the city, state, nation, and world. Through the Recycling Club, scholars and faculty will be challenged to recycle paper, plastic, and aluminum. Funds will be used to purchase classroom recycling bins. The club will be responsible for collecting recyclable goods from classroom bins on a weekly basis to be sorted.

High Pointe Elementary School

High Pointe Elementary School strongly believes in the 3 R's (reduce, reuse, recycle.) Funds will be used to empower NEHS scholars and purchase materials to create a classroom zero waste and recycling project

Past Award Recipients

More information on past award recipients.

2018 - Newman International Academy at Cedar Hill, Bessie Coleman Environmental and Science Academy, Waterford Oaks Elementary School, Cedar Hill Action Team (CHAT)

2017 - Batteries Plus Bulbs, Village Tech

2016 - Hillside Village, First United Methodist Church